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Ohio experts discuss drought

Published Jul. 12, 2012 | Discuss this article on Facebook
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Ohio Farm Bureau Federationís Town Hall Ohio radio show featured several experts who discussed drought preparedness.

Check out what a few of them had to say in the audio clips below, listen to the full Town Hall Ohioor subscribe to Town Hall Ohio on iTunes .

-Ohio State University Extension's Bruce Clevenger of Defiance County discusses what farmers are facing in the extremely hard-hit Northwest Ohio area.

-State Climatologist Jeff Rogers details conditions around Ohio and talks about the near term outlook.

-Farm Service Agency director Steve Maurer talks about drought data collection and assistance programs that may be available from USDA.

-Nancy Dragani, director of the Ohio Emergency Management Agency discusses the state's plan for dealing with drought.†


Participate in the Ohio Farm Bureau Drought Survey

Tweet photos, links, resources & observations using #OhDrought12 and/or #Drought12 hashtags

Visit and share the Ohio Farm Bureau Drought Resources page

Visit the Town Hall Ohio radio archive

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